Doosan Bears Kwak Bin completed his final practical inspection brilliantly ahead of joining the Hangzhou Asian Games national team.토토사이트
Kwak Bin started against Gwangju KIA on the 18th and pitched 6 innings with no runs and no walks, leading the team to an 8-4 victory. He had eight hits, but only sporadically without any serious crises. He blocked the ball well without wavering even in two crises at first and second base. The number of pitches is 102.
He collapsed one after another in September. On the 6th, against Jamsil KIA, he gave up 6 runs in 3⅓ innings, and against Jamsil Hanwha on the 12th, he repeatedly performed poorly, allowing 3 runs in 4 innings.
Kwak Bin looked back and said, “The results of the previous two games were not very good. I lost a lot of confidence,” and then added, “Coaches Kwon Myeong-cheol and Park Jeong-bae, as well as many seniors, gave me good words.”
The secret was to control the speed and speed. Kwak Bin said, “Before, I only thought about pitching with all my might from the 1st pitch to the 100th pitch. But before this appearance, I paid attention to controlling my pace and pace.” He added, “I tried to relax not only after the first 2 pitches but also after the 2nd strike. Coach Kwon Myeong-cheol also modified the way I throw the slider. He explained, “It was definitely comfortable because the slider went well today.”
“Looking back on this season, I am not satisfied with my first 10 wins since my debut, but I am especially disappointed that I left the team for nearly 4 weeks in May. But my 2023 season is not over yet. My team will definitely advance to the postseason. “I have no doubt that it will happen. I will do my best in whatever role I play after my return and it will help me reach a higher place.”
Regarding the upcoming Asian Games, Kwak Bin said, “The competition period is short. I plan to sacrifice my soul. Regardless of individual pitching results, I want to help develop Korean baseball and increase its popularity. I think it is a sense of responsibility rather than a sense of pressure.” “I wore the Taegeuk symbol for the first time this year, and it’s an honor in itself that people around me are giving me positive reviews,” he said.
“There were ups and downs in the second half, but the fans supported us until the end. Now, as a member of the national team, I will come back without injury and with good results.”